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jamese
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Can't see Plumbing Schematic System.

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07-19-2003 04:08 AM
I've been trying to centralize the AEC content so that everyone in our company can the same data. Thus far, I've created a custom template for each discipline that references a new layer drawing. I've modified the layer tables to match our company layering color standard. This works fine so far. My current issue is that when I try to execute the schematic plumbing tool, I only have access to Standard plumbing. I lose all my other systems options. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
*[Autodesk], jason martin
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Re: Can't see Plumbing Schematic System.

07-20-2003 11:25 PM in reply to: jamese
Hi James -

Are the plumbing system definitions included in the template that you have
created? Plumbing systems are style based, and unless they have a definition
in the template they won't be availible.

jason

"James_E" wrote in message
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> I've been trying to centralize the AEC content so that everyone in our
company can the same data. Thus far, I've created a custom template for each
discipline that references a new layer drawing. I've modified the layer
tables to match our company layering color standard. This works fine so far.
My current issue is that when I try to execute the schematic plumbing tool,
I only have access to Standard plumbing. I lose all my other systems
options. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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